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Megaport splits and expands; Telstra invests $2 million in The George Institute; Optus goes with Riverbed for network management; Telstra selects new muru-D class of 2014; Yahoo7 and Telstra bring Plus7 to T-Box; Azure finally arrives in Australia.

Members and non-members are welcome to come to the Panel discussion on the NBN by Bob James and Gary McLaren in Melbourne on Tuesday 28 October. It will be preceded by the TelSoc AGM at 11.45am, the panel event starting at 12.30pm.

iiNet Downloaders Club; Telstra’s Asian strategy revealed; Strong demand for iPhone 6 Plus in China; Alibaba’s Big Commercial deal; UltraServe goes for growth with Hybris; OPINION Internet exposes the sad state of news

ANALYSIS Telstra and Optus NBN deals ‘by Christmas’; Telstra responds to our criticism; China’s Houlin Zhao next ITU head; Optus 10 satellite completes in-orbit testing; Nokia boost 3G browsing; Telstra’s iPad pricing tips up: Air 2, Mini 3.

COVER STORY THE FTTN NBN TAKES SHAPE; Telstra and Optus NBN deals ‘by Christmas’; First FTTN locations named; G.fast comes closer – a boost for the NBN; Alcatel-Lucent launches commercial G.fast; G.fast explained (by Alcatel-Lucent) O PINION Regulator sides with Telstra on FAD pricing; Telstra responds to our criticism; Mint Wireless sacks CEO, share trading halte; Telstra moves into video advertising; China’s Houlin Zhao next ITU head; Optus 10 satellite completes in-orbit testing; Telstra promises better consumer compliance; Australia’s cloud services market sky high; iPhone 6 boosts Apple’s numbers; and Telstra’s; Australia’s .au market maturing; Lenovo moves in on BlackBerry; Yuile crosses from AAPT to Nextgen; FCC explores new 5G mobile frequency bands; Telstra opens upgraded Sydney HQ; Australia Post boosts regional services; EU drops China subsidy probe; Nokia boost 3G browsing; Telstra’s iPad pricing tips up: Air 2, Mini 3; TIO publishes first NBN complaint numbers; Telstra aims for a health revolution; Sure Telecom breaches code 19 times; Internode sponsors WOMADelaide again; BBC fights back with ‘right to be remembered’; Telstra releases environment strategy; as ITU, minus Australia, declares ICT important for sustainable development.

OPINION Regulator sides with Telstra on FAD pricing; TIO publishes first NBN complaint numbers; Telstra aims for a health revolution; iPhone 6 drives Telstra postpaid customer base; Sure Telecom breaches code 19 times; Internode sponsors WOMADelaide again

This is a response from Telstra to an opinion piece published in CommsWire and distributed by TelSoc to its members on 13 October entitled "Telstra cries poor – NBN is hurting us!"

G.fast comes closer – a boost for Turnbull’s NBN; Alcatel-Lucent launches commercial G.fast; G.fast explained (by Alcatel-Lucent); Telstra promises better consumer compliance; Australia’s cloud services market sky high; iPhone 6 boosts Apple’s numbers; Australia’s .au market maturing; Australia Post boosts regional services.

This is a reminder of the TelSoc AGM in Melbourne on 28 October at 11:45am to be followed at 12:30pm by a Panel discussion on the NBN by Bob James and Gary McLaren.

An alert to TelSoc members re the October issue of the Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy

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